Graphic novel

Artist Matt Huynh: The Ark & The Boat

By: Sheila Ngoc Pham (Contributing Writer/Editor, Australia) Matt Huynh is an artist based in New York City. His extraordinary output and wide-ranging collaborations reflects a singular vision, inspired in part by his own family’s history. Huynh’s work encompasses what he describes as interrogating ‘war, diaspora, refugees, asylum seekers and migrant communities’, and it’s these parts of his practice that are …(read more)

Vietnamese and Vietnamese American Lit: A Primer from Viet Thanh Nguyen

“Sometimes people have said that I give voice to the voiceless Vietnamese. If you know anything about Vietnamese people, you …(read more)

From 1960s Saigon to 1975 London: Marcelino Truong’s Graphic Novels

Nora A. Taylor reviews Vietnamese-French illustrator Marcelino Truong’s graphic novels, including Une si jolie petite guerre, which brings to life 1960s …(read more)

Jade Hidle Reviews Marcelino Truong’s Une Si Jolie Petite Guerre

The first thing you need to know is that Une Si Jolie Petite Guerre: Saigon 1961-63 (Such a Nice Little …(read more)

Marcelino Truong’s “Une Si Jolie Petite Guerre” — Part Two by Ly Lan Dill

We have an outstanding Vietnamese-French graphic novelist, Marcelino Truong, in our midst. In 1957, Truong was born in the Philippines …(read more)

Marcelino Truong’s “Une Si Jolie Petite Guerre” — Part One by Ly Lan Dill

We have an outstanding Vietnamese-French graphic novelist, Marcelino Truong, in our midst. In 1957, Truong was born in the Philippines …(read more)